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Jackson Hole's Crags


Jackson Hole's newly opened Crags.

Out of Bounds


Want to know a secret? Follow Seattle families to British Columbia's 3,675-acre Sun Peaks.

Go Deep: Leadville Gold


When Summit County slopes are overrun or tracked out, hop in a cat at Chicago Ridge. It's easy on the eyes and thighs-and not too hard on the wallet, either.

The Inside Line: Baldface Lodge, B.C.


Bracketed by Valhalla and Kokanee Glacier provincial parks, Baldface Lodge boasts the largest snowcat-skiing venue in the world-36,000 acres-with some of the steepest cat-served lines on either side of the 49th parallel.

Traveler: I Know What You Did Last Summer


By the start of next season, North American ski areas will have installed more than 50 new lifts. Here are some of the uphill transports we think will have the biggest impact.

Mad River Glen, Vt.: Rank 8 East, 1998


Mad River Glen has such a devoted following that one reader wrote, "best on-mountain food anywhere." Must have been the pre-lunch beers talking. The simple cuisine may not excite Julia Child, but the blind devotion is deserved.

Heavenly, California: Rank 25 West, 1997


Heavenly, like many things immense, is a series of splendid oxymorons. The resort is tough to look at, incredible to look from.

First Turns: Brighton, UT

Travel Rockies

Brighton gets some of its biggest dumps early in the season due to a weather pattern that it shares with its southerly neighbors, Alta and Snowbird.

Skiing's Biggest Secrets: The Motherlode


Named for its mining roots, Silver Mountain, Idaho, could just as easily have been dubbed Snoworld: 430 annual inches bless the resort's rapidly expanding terrain.

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